Articles by Lankford Oxendine
Are there several meanings to a particular passage of Scripture? Should a student of God’s Word be constantly searching for God’s meaning as well as the writer’s meaning? These are questions that deal with the hermeneutical concept of Sensus Plenior. Sensus Plenior is a Latin phrase that means “fuller sense.” It is used in theology […]
Bro. Oxendine outlines three brief, but helpful thoughts on how to better study your Bible.
Take a few moments to learn about the importance of morphology and syntax as we study and understand God’s Word.
Be helped in your personal Bible study as we continue the study of how we should interpret the Bible when we read it.
Bro. Oxendine continues his series of “How to Study the Bible”, encouraging us to take a literal approach. These brief, practical thoughts will be a help to you in your daily Bible study.
Bro. Oxendine shares with us some important principles that we should use as we read and study the Word of God.
In this second installment of “How to Study the Bible”, you will see five more important thoughts to remember as you spend time in God’s precious Word.
Every Christian should read and heed these five helpful tips on “How to Study the Bible”.
The filioque controversy tries to answer the question, “From whom did the Holy Spirit proceed; from the Father, from the Son, or from both the Father and Son?”